- North-South Expressway Southern Route
PLUS Expressway Berhad
Sungai Besi, Selangor
Kuala Lumpur Petaling Jaya Seri Kembangan Kajang Nilai Seremban Port Dickson Alor Gajah Ayer Keroh Melaka Tangkak Muar Yong Peng Batu Pahat Ayer Hitam Simpang Renggam Kulai Johor Bahru Singapore
Johor Bahru, Johor
Kuala Lumpur-Seremban Expressway
North-South Expressway Central Link
Seremban-Bukit Nanas Highway
Seremban-Port Dickson Highway
Lebuh Ayer Keroh
Second Link Expressway
Pasir Gudang Highway
JB Eastern Dispersal Link
Asian Highway Network=AHN-AH|2
Number of lanes=4 lanes
Ayer Keroh - Johor Bahru
Sungai Besi - Ayer Keroh
Rest and Service Area=Fact|date=February 2007
Overhead Bridge Restaurant=1
Type of roads=Tarmac
(Ayer Keroh-Tangkak stretch)
Toll systems=Closed toll systems
Sungai Besi - Skudai
Opened toll systems
Skudai - Johor Bahru
North-South Expressway (NSE) Southern Route, MES-E|2 AHN-AH|2 is the southern route of the North-South Expressway, which is the longest expressway in
Malaysia. It is connected by the MES-E|1, and continues on down south. The expressway is roughly oriented in a north-south direction traversing four states in Peninsular Malaysia; namely Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malaccaand Johor.
The NSE Southern Route begins in the southern part of
Selangor, at Sungai Besi. Its southern terminus is at Johor Bahru, Johor.
Sungai Besi toll plaza has the highest number of toll booths in Malaysia, thus making Sungai Besi toll plaza the widest road in Malaysia with more than 18 lanes (excluding additional toll booths).
ix-lane widing works
Phase 1: Seremban-Senawang
The 6-lane stretch from
Kuala Lumpurto Seremban InterchangeMES-EXIT|218 would be expanded to Senawang InterchangeMES-EXIT|220. These sections was completed on July 2007
Phase 2: Seremban-Ayer Keroh
Meanwhile, the next phase of these works,
Senawang InterchangeMES-EXIT|220 would be expanded to Ayer Keroh InterchangeMES-EXIT|231. These sections was completed on December 2007.
Toll rates of the North-South Expressway"
List of key points along NSE Southern Route
Below is a list of interchanges (exits), laybys and rest and service areas along the NSE Southern route. Take note that the exits are arranged in ascending numerical order from North to South.
* [http://www.plus.com.my PLUS Expressway Berhad]
* [http://www.plus.com.my/plusberhad/index.asp PLUS]
* [http://www.llmnet.gov.my Malaysian Highway Authority]
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